Lebanon High School - Souvenir Yearbook (Lebanon, TN)

 - Class of 1935

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Twelve CEDARS H935 Library Staff Junior High Ilffice Assistants The most important place in any high school to a history student is the school library, and important to any library is the library staff. L. H. S. is very fortunate in having a very capable and eiiicient library staif. This staff is headed by Iwirs. Certrude Cook, who has been school librarian in L. H. S. for eleven years. Members of the staff are chosen from the sophomore class by Mrs. Cook and Mr. Christian, principal. After having been selected, the names of the girls are pref sented to the Lebanon Public Library Board, and if they are approved, the girls serve their apprenticeship in the Public Library for six weeks. The present staff, which assists Mrs. Cook in the Senior High library and also has charge of the junior High library, consists of four seniors, live juniors, and eight sophomores. Each semester six girls from the ninth grade are selected by Miss Grace Etchison, assistant principal, to act as assistants in the .lunior High otiice. It is the duty of these girls to check attendance, to answer telephone calls that come to the oflice, and to run errands for the various teachers. During the latter part of April the senior members of the staff were honor guests at a pitehfin supper held at the home of Mrs. Cook, given by Mrs. Cook and the remaining members of the staif. THIRD ROW: Madeline Higbie Margaret Virtue Betty Trout Martha Moore Mary Herr Shelby Marietta Todd Coldeine Akers Mildred Badgley Rosemary Parr Betty Edwards Pauline Gill Betty Adney SECOND RCWW: Mary Louise Witt Lois Abbott Lucille Jackson Juanita Gill Vada Hedge Dorthea Stewart SECOND ROW: Phyllis Lowe Mary Ann VVynkoop Helen Badgley Ruth Audra Miller Peggy Hornaday Anita Rayl Marguerite Montgomery FIRST RCHW: Edna Mortan Elva Eulwider Mary Dutch .lean McCord Betty Newkirk Betty Montgomery FIRST RQUW: Mrs. Cook, Librarian

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CEDARS I935 Eleven ADMINISTIIATIIIN Miss Bell, dean of girls: Mr. Chris+ian, principal: Mr. Van Riper, superiniendenh Miss E+chison, assisianl principal: Miss Shahan, clerk. ASSISTANTS Second Row: Delores Campbell, EIizabe+h Kennedy, Mildred Badgley, Enid Poynier, Frances Powell, Maxine Daugherty, Doroihy Edens. First Row: Marguerite Gibbs, Nina Neese, Hazel Hill, Eunice Suiphin, Edna Lesley, Mary Mildred Wells, Since 1921 Mr. Paul Van Riper has headed the Lebanon Public Schools as superintendent. Under his guidance the schools have maintained an A rating throughout the state. In 1923 the present senior high school building was built, and in 1932 the gymnasium was added to the school property, both being built through the cliorts of Mr. Van Riper. Assisting Mr. Van Riper in the oiiice is Miss Hazel Shahan, whose duty it is to keep the school books, make out the yearly financial reports, attend all board meet' ings and file reports of these meetings, and attend to whatever business may come up in the absence of Mi'. Van Riper. In 19311 Mr, Thomas L. Christian, a former student of L. H. was chosen to act as principal. Following his graduation from Wzibaisli College, Mr. Christian had returned to L. H. S. to teach mathematics, and in a few years was made head of this department, a position he retained until he was chosen principal. Beriha Marie Beck. Miss Grace Etchison has been teaching in L. H. S. since 1918. She started as a teacher of English and a few years later assisted in the Latin department. In 1928 she became dean of girls and at the present time she is the assistant principal, One teacher associated with the Lebanon schools for many years is Miss Lydia Bell, who at the present time is dean of girls. Miss Bell is also head of the history department in L. H. S. Seven girls are chosen each semester from the sec- retarial training class to assist Miss Bell, dean of girls, and Mr. Christian, principal, in the Senior High oliice. These girls must check attendance, type all an' nouncements and bulletins, run errands. type business letters, answer telephone calls, and attend to any busif ness which may come up in the absence of Miss Bell or Mr. Christian.

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CEDARS i935 Thirteen The Pennant, due to finances, was changed this year from a printed paper to a mimeographed one. Instead of having four pages as it has previously had, it contained six. The paper was published on an average of every week and a half, All the mimeographing and cutting of stencils was done hy memhers ol the staff. Page editors were used the first semester, hut this plan was changed the second semester, and chairmen from the class wuhlishing the Pennant were chosen to l . oversee the gathering and wuhlishini' of the news. i 5 I 5 Betty Adney and Patria Daily served as cofeditors of first and sixth pages the first semester. Betty Arm' strong presided over second page, George Burgess edited third page and .loan Vsfimhorough, the fourth. Betty D. Coomhs was in charge of the sports page. Chairmen for the second semester were: Anita Rayl, Roland Hicks, George Wild, Helen Hackett, Richf ard Wliite, Frances Beck, Barhara Smith, Peggy Hornaf day, Mary Ann Vxfynkoop, Byron Cunningham, and Billy Lantz. During this semester the class was divided into two stalls and puhlished the Pennant under superf vision of the ahove chairmen. lflrst sl'llll'Sfl'l' Ponnault Staff S1-volul S1'llll'Sfl'l' Pl'llll3lllf Stal if From the 193-P39 staifs several memhers were selected to help puhlish the Lehanon Reporter during the second SCINCSYCY. SECOND RCFW: .lean Stewart john Miller Ora Merriott Lee Porter Grace Field Patria Daily Charles Forhes Richard Lenox blames McIntyre FIRST ROXV: Martha M. Bradley Mildred Badgley Lucille Thompson Ann McColley ,loan Vsfimhorough Betty Armstrong Betty Adney Eunice Sutphin Betty Coomhs THIRD ROVJ: james Goodwin Grace Field Anita Rayl George Vxfild Roland Hicks S ECC WN D RUNV: Byron Cunningham Lewis Miller Marjorie Gosnell Dorothy Taylor Frances Beck Helen Hackett Lora Dodd FIRST RUXN: Billy Lant: Richard Wliitt' john Chamhers Barhara Smith Dorothy Edens Peggy Hornaday Lucy Thompson NOT IN PICTURE: Vv'illiam Lewis Mary Ann VVynkoop

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